Then don’t toss all your Valentine’s Day boxes after you eat the chocolates. In the video above, Emory paleontologist Tony Martin shows how to scientifically recycle them as fossil containers. You, too, can change a perishable sentiment into something to last for millennia.
If you don’t receive any Valentines, you may want to read up on the research of Larry Young, Emory’s “love doctor.” He’s studying brain chemicals linked to the ability to form lasting bonds of affection. See The Science of Love on eScienceCommons.
Also on eScienceCommons
- What is the Chemical Basis of Love?
- How Early Nurturing Affects Adult Love with video “Why do Voles Fall in Love”